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Groundbreaking marks start of construction of 318-apartment project in Kapolei

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Video by Craig T. Kojima and courtesy Alakai Development
The developer of a 318-unit apartment complex held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday in Kapolei. Construction has begun on the roughly $125 million project called The Element.
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                                Participating in Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony were D.R. Horton’s Bob Bruhl, left, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Alaka‘i Development principal Cayenne Pe‘a, Alaka‘i Development principal Jon Wallenstrom, First Hawaiian Bank’s Dan Nishikawa and CBRE Group Inc.’s Bruce Francis.
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Participating in Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony were D.R. Horton’s Bob Bruhl, left, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Alaka‘i Development principal Cayenne Pe‘a, Alaka‘i Development principal Jon Wallenstrom, First Hawaiian Bank’s Dan Nishikawa and CBRE Group Inc.’s Bruce Francis.

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                                Heavy equipment started work Tuesday on The Element rental apartment project after a groundbreaking ceremony. The Kualaka‘i rail station is seen under construction in the background.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Heavy equipment started work Tuesday on The Element rental apartment project after a groundbreaking ceremony. The Kualaka‘i rail station is seen under construction in the background.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Participating in Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony were D.R. Horton’s Bob Bruhl, left, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Alaka‘i Development principal Cayenne Pe‘a, Alaka‘i Development principal Jon Wallenstrom, First Hawaiian Bank’s Dan Nishikawa and CBRE Group Inc.’s Bruce Francis.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Heavy equipment started work Tuesday on The Element rental apartment project after a groundbreaking ceremony. The Kualaka‘i rail station is seen under construction in the background.